Apple’s shares dipped nearly four percent today after the iPhone maker posted its first annual revenue decline in a decade-and–a-half and failed to meet Wall Street’s expectations.
What would be a stellar quarter for most companies… Read More
Google is scaling back on its Fiber service to the extent that layoffs are imminent.
Google Fiber is cutting roughly nine percent of its staff — 130 employees — and is scaling back its ambitions to take the high speed Internet services nationwide,… Read More
Google is taking on Microsoft with its latest creation.
The company today introduced Jamboard, Google’s take on the Smartboard.
Along the same lines as Microsoft’s Surface Hub, Jamboard is built for professional brainstorming sessions and teamwork.
As… Read More
Self-driving transports may just beat autonomous cars and trucks to regular commercial use on the highway.
Otto, the self-driving truck company owned by Uber, teamed up with Budweiser recently to complete the world’s first shipment by an autonomous… Read More
More than half the world’s population resides in urban areas, and more than 80 percent of global GDP is produced in cities. Thanks to the advent of IoT generated data, cities can predict crimes, prevent traffic accidents, build health solutions… Read More
A U.S. jury has indicted the 29-year-old Russian man accused of carrying out cyber-attacks against LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring.
Issued by a California federal grand jury, the indictment accuses Yevgeniy Aleksandrovich Nikulin of Moscow of using malware… Read More
There are two things that are inseparable when it comes to starting an online business: search engine optimisation (SEO) and Web design. Web design has a monumental impact on SEO, but when it comes to SEO, many people think that SEO is all about, page… Read More
“. . . Millennials perceive strong SEO to be a requirement for any company they do business with. They have grown up with the Internet and Google their whole lives, the first generation to do so, and finding a piece of information online has become… Read More
It’s no secret; visual creations are a necessity for engaging online audiences. Be it an image, an infographic, a video, or any other type of optical amusement, people can’t get enough of it. A large portion of why images are so exciting is that humans… Read More
Social Media News
PayPal is getting a little more social, thanks to a revamped partnership with Facebook that will see the online payments system become a payment option offered by Messenger.
Thus far, only U.S. consumers will be able to take advantage of the new integration… Read More
Twitter will soon be handing out pink slips to up to eight percent of its workforce, or roughly 300 people, Bloomberg is reporting.
The job cuts could come this week — possibly before Twitter’s third-quarter earnings report is posted Thursday,… Read More
Facebook is easing the censorship of graphic content on its site to accommodate newsworthy posts that would normally be considered a violation of its policies.
The move comes after much criticism about the social networks very strict policies that kept… Read More
Business & Marketing News
There’s an insidious travesty happening in the entrepreneurial world and I’ve stayed silent about it long enough.
It’s time to expose what’s really happening to unsuspecting entrepreneurs and business owners when it comes to seeking… Read More
The online community’s trust in brands is on the decline. The online environment makes a viewer’s vision cloudy, and makes it difficult for him to assess the credibility of an online presence. Misuse of marketing tactics by click-baiting, falsifying… Read More
Done properly, marketing will harness your collective energies into a meaningful, measurable activity that will bring your business goals to fruition. The problem is, a huge number of businesses do not market themselves properly at all. They spend money… Read More
The update escaped the notice of, well, pretty much everyone until ProPublica published a report… Read More
Samsung obviously has no intention of giving up on its Galaxy Note brand.
The company, according to Reuters, is offering South Korean Note 7 owners the option of upgrading to a Note 8 at 50 percent off the regular price when the devices become available… Read More
“We wanted to build enterprise software the Facebook way.”
― Julien Codorniou, Director of Workplace by Facebook
Facebook’s quest for complete digital ubiquity continues. The social network is not only the third most popular website on Earth,… Read More
Businesses worldwide are responding to the threat posed by digital disrupters like Über and Airbnb, a trend that poses significant challenges for CIOs, a study carried out by international IT solutions and managed services provider Logicalis has revealed.
The… Read More
PORTLAND, OR – Janrain®, the leading company that created the Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) category, today announced the results of a new Consumer Identity Trends survey that shows while social login use is growing in popularity thanks… Read More
AUSTIN, Texas – Oct. 20, 2016 — WP Engine today announced that it has made Let’s Encrypt™ SSL/TLS certificates freely available to all customers. This means for every single one of the company’s 50,000 customers setting up a secure site… Read More